Question about 2011 Ford F-150
Where is the cabin air filter?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cabin air filter
Cabin Air Filter Installation
Annoyed with all the pollen and dust in your interior? Unless you special ordered it, Ford left out the cabin air filter. Here's how to install one in your Focus. Compliments of myFordFocus.com Forum Member: CinnabonBoy Cost: $10.00 Time to Complete: 10 minutes Tools Required:
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Posted on Aug 21, 2008
According to the shop manual you do not have one.
Air Distribution and Filtering Printable View (79 KB) NOTE: The air distribution system of this vehicle cannot be equipped with a cabin air filter.
There are 2 sources of air available to the air distribution system:
Air distribution within the vehicle is determined by the electronic manual temperature control (EMTC) function selector switch position, or is controlled by the EATC system in the AUTOMATIC mode. The air distribution mode on EATC vehicles may be overridden by the driver if desired. Air distribution doors are used to direct airflow within the heater core and evaporator core housing and the plenum chamber. An electronic mode door actuator is used to position these air distribution doors. One air inlet mode door is used to switch between FRESH or RECIRC air inlet. An electric actuator is used to position the air inlet mode door.
Air enters the passenger compartment from the:
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Yes you have one and it runs about $15.00.
Looking for a picture for you but it should be in the engine compartment area, passenger side, just below the windshield on the firewall area...or JUST above it.
But looking for a picture for you. It states that you should change it about every 150,000 miles.
Posted on May 17, 2009
unfortunatly, as per the service manual for your truck, your vehicle was not, is not, and can not be configured for a cabin air filter... sorry..i know how great they are for alergies...
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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